A STATISTICAL MODEL OF MONITORING OF INSULATION BREAKDOWN VOLTAGE STABILITY IN THE PROCESS OF ENAMELED WIRES PRODUCTION
Keywords:enameled wire, poliimid insulation, insulation defectiveness, technological monitoring, statistical model, voltage tests
AbstractThis paper is devoted to non- destructive technological monitoring of defects of insulation of enameled wires with poliimid polymer. The authors present a statistical method for processing, comparison and analysis of outcomes of measurements of parameters of insulation of enameled wires. A mathematical model of trend for application in active technological monitoring is developed to develop recommendations for parameters of such monitoring. It is theoretically justified and the possibility of a diminution of dependence of an error on the velocity of movement of a wire for want of quantifying defects of enameled insulation using non- destructive tests by high voltage is shown. The dependence of average value of amount of defects for enameled wires with two-sheeted poliimid insulation in a range of nominal diameter 0.56 mm is experimentally determined. The technological monitoring purpose is to reduce quantifying defects of enameled insulation.
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